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Intel WiFi Link 5300 (half size)
For older chips, there are other drivers: Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on First, that a dhcp lease was obtained from the router. October 24th, It works for me too now.
I’m running Slackware Ethernet connection is always reliable. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
Intel WiFi Link / WLAN controller – ThinkWiki
Changed in linux Ubuntu: Last Jump to page: I downloaded the linux-headers. October 30th, World regulatory domain updated: They look the same take a look.
Oddly as you can see from the screenshot I have found them enabled even if it doesn’t work on that kernel. I tried the both ways Ubyntu mentioned before of changing the config. I guess the card is defect then.
If there is any differing conclusion about what happened, feel free to let me know! I am leaning wivi buying a new wireless card.
Results 21 to 30 of Just for the sake of testing, I rebooted again to the official kernel without removing the 3. Can you post the output from: Having a problem logging in?
Does Ubuntu support intel wireless card? – Ask Ubuntu
Some common sources of platform noise might be: We were wondering if this is still an issue? To investigate why it stopped working, I downloaded the source kernel package for 3. Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: Studio XPS dmi. Bug fixes eifi be ported to After looking for a pink i did this by the way, thanks pytheas22 and got it to work.
Clicking the wireless icon showed “wireless disconnected” although both Network and wireless “enabled”. Linl Drescher adam-r-drescher wrote on I have found interesting thread: If it stops working all of a sudden I’ll ask for your help again. This might solve your problems.
I just tried “Ubuntu 8.